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Plate II.
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Fig. 7.—13th Century Latin Bible. (From copy belonging to Robert de Bello,
abbot of St Augustine’s, Canterbury. British Museum
Fig. 8.—Early Wycliffite Version. (From copy belonging to Thomas of Woodstock, duke of
Gloucester, written towards the end of 14th century. British Museum.

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Fig. 9.—The 42-Line Bible. (Printed at Mainz, 1452-6. British Museum.)
Fig. 10.—Tyndale’s Quarto Edition of New Testament. (Printed by P. Quentel, Cologne, 1525,
from the only remaining fragment, in British Museum.

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Fig. 11.—First printed English Bible, 1535. (British Museum.) Fig. 12.—First Edition of the Authorized Version, 1611. (British Museum.)